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How Technology Can Support Multigenerational Collaboration

NFS has collaborated with ThisWeekInFM to produce a series of video interviews discussing how technology can be used to support collaboration in a multigenerational workplace, which can span up to five generations.

The first in the series, entitled ‘Technology and the Multigenerational workplace’ seeks to set the scene and explore the different perspectives of five generations in the workplace, alongside methods of communication and comfort levels with technology.

Says Luis de Souza, CEO of NFS Technology Group and interviewed in the video: “Evidence suggests organisations that make the best use of technology are able to encourage an inclusive and diverse culture, securing the greatest levels of collaboration, productivity and workplace engagement across the different generations.

“However, knowing where to start, how to involve staff in the different generations, and understand their individual aspirations, to grasp what can be achieved can all feel overwhelming.  And when significant financial investment is involved, these are all key to understand.

In this video series, we have broken down the steps required and explored in detail how to understand, measure and take control of the multigenerational workplace to achieve the best outcome in terms of productivity, collaboration and use technology for the benefit of management, staff and most importantly, clients.”

The video series is based on a recent white paper authored by Luis de Souza entitled: The Multigenerational workplace – five insights every CIO needs today.

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